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there, greg. we stop cutting the head off pigs and focus on the war in afghanistan -- >> it was a metaphor, bill. >> what is a meta for? >> for dog shadows and things. >> how many members of al-qaeda do you think are left in the world? >> seven. no, you know what, nobody really knows. the reason why this is coming out now, you heard a little bit about this. some people are talking about, well, maybe we are ahead of the curve and maybe we will win. there are several reasons why there are some people talking about this. part is political ahead of the election. part is fatigue over the whole situation and this lingering euphoria over killing bin laden. we are not putting an end to this. >> there is no such thing as wining and losing. it is like cockroaches. >> it is. >> you spray every month and they come back. did the idea of winning and losing this war -- you could only beat the crap out of them every day. >> we have gotten to the point we like to box everything into a simple story. for us it has been al-qaeda. as you pointed out, we are fighting muslim extremism. th
and go back to afghanistan where there is no porn. >> the thing that bothers me is how they use tolerance as a shield to preach intolerance. you have to tolerate their beliefs because we are a free society even if their belief is to crush you like a bug. >> on that note let's move on. should david wu be better off than you? i say boo. yes, the democratic congressman stands to make a million dollars in pension and benefits even though he is resigning in disgrace after being accused of, quote, unwanted sexual encounter with an 18-year-old girl. interesting. wu has been in office since 1998 and the national taxpayer's union calculates when he retires his pension will be worth over $850,000 over his lifetime. add to that up to $214,000 he may have in the 401k, and there is your million clams which is a euphemism for money. in addition to the $174,000 annual salary, congressmen get pensions that are two to three times better than the private sector workers who make the same money. and they get annual cost of living adjustments which most of us don't get. ain't it great? for more we go to the p
stationed in afghanistan posted on-line asking mila in november. look at this adorable moment. >> hi, mila, sergeant moore, but you can call me scott. i want to take a moment out of my day and invite you to the marine corp ball in greenville, north carolina with yours truly. take a second and think about it and get back to me. all right, bye now. >> well done, scott. i like your shades and your shaved head and carefree demeanor. fox 411 caught up with kunich. and some guy named justin timber-jerk and asked her if she planned to accept the invite. >> are you coming with me to this ball? >> no, they don't want to hang out with me. they want to hang out with you. >> i have to go by myself? >> you are going to the ball with this guy. you are doing it. >> all right. okay. >> i like that she pretended to look at me when talking to the camera. >> we must discuss this in the lightning rooooooud. lightning round. >> joe, does mila know that -- she is doing a wonderful thing, but screwing it up for every hot actress if she says yes? >> no, i don't think she realizes that. i think she does realize li
in afghanistan and iraq? ron jeremy is there. the lead singing group was leonard skin nerd. so ron jeremy is the guest. somebody said will you take a picture with ron jeremy? i walk back stage and there he is. i thought, hold it! do you have any idea who that is? i said, 15,000 x-rated movies. i literally had to take ron outside and say i am a big fan and you know each other and you cants do it with this guy. you will ruin his career. but i can take a picture with him. >> you worked -- it was like the first talk show with tony snow, right? >> the first one on fox cable. it was called off the record. they won an emmy when they took us off the air. but we followed "cops" and before" america's most wanted" so we didn't have the lead in we needed. >> but didn't tony help you a lot? >> he was great. he was one of the things -- this is sad. i love him. we gave a speech once and we had to fly overnight to get there. i was so hung over and i thought it was date before and it was the day after. tony went and wrote my speech including the shots i gave him. it was better than what i told him i miss
versions of franklin and bash. >> that will never happen in afghanistan because they won't have a show. i don't care how liberated they are with two gay men. that will never, ever happen. >> i would like them to remake "hanging with mr. cooper" i would move there. >>> coming up, is internet anonymity a good thing or internet anonymity a bad thing? you are watching "red eye" on fnc so stick around. >> guests stay minutes off exit 23. now serving complimentary breakfast. >>> would people have more shame if they knew how to use their name? there would be fewer cyber-attacks if everybody had names attached. i think anonymity on the internet has to go away. people behave better when they have their real names down. they feel they can say whatever they want behind closed doors. eric schmidt called on-line anonymity dangerous and says governments will demand that folks use their names for all internety activity. but privacy and free speech says hiding identity is important to protect dissidents and other people. here is how i protect it on-line. >> gm going to have to change it up now. should pe
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